Sorry I skipped a couple pages, but maybe this is Nintendo making sure developers make their Wii U games take advantage of the superior controls, instead of having to support less precise controls?
I'm guessing the original Wii games aren't bound to this.
Yes but original titles like wii tennis should not be affected and should not require me to buy two new plus remote controls.
Out with the old, in with the new. It isn't like Ninty is intentionally makin' Wiimotes without a built in or attachable motion + defunct on the new console. It's an issue with the Wii U's new output 'n such. ... Or somethin' like that. Hell if I'm concerned with programming details down to the nitty gritty.
If it has motion plus builtin it probably will. Just make sure its motion plus compatible.